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Morgane Merlin
Morgane Merlin
Researcher (PhD) Monitoring forest damages, NIBIO
Verified email at nibio.no
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Effects of stand composition and tree size on resistance and resilience to drought in sessile oak and Scots pine
M Merlin, T Perot, S Perret, N Korboulewsky, P Vallet
Forest Ecology and Management 339, 22-33, 2015
1962015
Water redistribution determines photosynthetic responses to warming and drying in two polar mosses
DE Stanton, M Merlin, G Bryant, MC Ball
Functional Plant Biology 41 (2), 178-186, 2013
162013
Quantification of uncertainties introduced by data-processing procedures of sap flow measurements using the cut-tree method on a large mature tree
M Merlin, KA Solarik, SM Landhäusser
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 287, 107926, 2020
122020
Limited validation of forecasted northward range shift in ten European tree species from a common garden experiment
M Merlin, A Duputié, I Chuine
Forest Ecology and Management 410, 144-156, 2018
92018
Modelling plant water relations and net primary productivity as affected by reclamation cover depth in reclaimed forestlands of northern Alberta
NPY Welegedara, RF Grant, SA Quideau, SM Landhäusser, M Merlin, ...
Plant and Soil 446, 627-654, 2020
72020
Exploring drivers and dynamics of early boreal forest recovery of heavily disturbed mine sites: a case study from a reconstructed landscape
M Merlin, F Leishman, RC Errington, BD Pinno, SM Landhäusser
New Forests 50 (2), 217-239, 2019
72019
Splitting the difference: Heterogeneous soil moisture availability affects aboveground and belowground reserve and mass allocation in trembling Aspen
AT Hart, M Merlin, E Wiley, SM Landhäusser
Frontiers in Plant Science, 904, 2021
32021
Seasonal patterns of water uptake in Populus tremuloides and Picea glauca on a boreal reclamation site is species specific and modulated by capping soil depth …
M Merlin, SM Landhäusser
Plant and Soil 439, 487-504, 2019
32019
Assessing the vulnerability of Norwegian forested landscapes to extreme wind speeds using the ForestGales model
M Merlin, P Zubkov, K Sunde, N Cattaneo, S Solberg, R Astrup
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, EGU22-11158, 2022
2022
From tree to stand: Scaling relationships of water uptake and climate in a reclaimed boreal mixedwood stand.
M Merlin, SM Landhäusser, SK Carey
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 22489, 2020
2020
Using Sap Flow Sensors to Measure Water Uptake in Trees: Challenges and Opportunities
M Merlin
2020
Early drivers of upland forest development and associated hydrology in a reconstructed landscape on a boreal oil-sands mine site.
S Landhäusser, S Carey, K Devito, F Leishman, M Lukenbach, ...
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
2019
Separating transpiration and stem water storage in a large boreal tree using Heat Ratio Method sap flow sensors.
M Merlin, K Solarik, S Landhäusser
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
2019
Modelling tree water uptake and water use efficiency as affected by cover thickness in reclaimed open pit mining landforms
N Welegedara, RF Grant, S Quideau, S Landhäusser, M Merlin, E Lloret
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2018, H33R-2303, 2018
2018
Coupling of sap flow in trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) to seasonal climatic and edaphic variation
MA Merlin, SK Carey, SM Landhäusser
2018 ESA Annual Meeting (August 5--10), 2018
2018
Allocation of water and carbon in trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) root systems exposed to localized drought
AT Hart, MA Merlin, SM Landhäusser
2018 ESA Annual Meeting (August 5--10), 2018
2018
Effects of stand species composition and tree status on drought resistance and resilience. Sessile oak/Scots pine in Orleans state forest as a case study.
M Merlin
2014
Effets de la composition en essence des peuplements forestiers et du statut social sur la résistance et la résilience des arbres aux sécheresses. Applications aux peuplements …
M Merlin
Master II Sciences de l'Univers Environnement Ecologie, spécialité Ecologie …, 2014
2014
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